One of the world’s best heralded ad agencies ever, BBDO Worldwide, just won the The Directory Big Won for an unprecedented sixth time. The agency to “end all” agencies for many, BBDO won this time by the largest margin in history versus their peers.
For those who do not know, The Big Won is the go to source for all that is fantastic across the creative landscape. To be at the pinnacle of this directory means not only being the best in one field, or for one campaign, but best among ALL the best. BBDO doing so for six consecutive years is nothing less than phenomenal. Patrick Collister, the author of The Directory Big Won put this in perspective:
“To be the top agency network of The Big Won rankings requires a spread of work, not just one or two particularly successful campaigns. Clearly, BBDO is delivering the best work for its clients above the line, below the line, offline and online.”
To punctuate BBDO’s win, North America Chairman and Chief Creative Officer, David Lubars , was ranked #1 Creative Leader in the world for the second year in a row. In all, four BBDO creative executives ranked in the top ten of this category, the others were; Nick Worthington, Greg Hah, and Paul Brazier.
For readers interested in learning more about this news, the original release contains contacts and etc. Our congratulations go out to BBDO and all the fantastically talented and dedicated people who make their success happen.
Our congratulations go out to BBDO and all the fantastically talented and dedicated people who make their success happen. BBDO is owned by Omnicom, whose many PR agencies include Ketchum PR & Porter Novelli.
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